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Pakistan army to probe troops' role in arrest of politician

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Pakistan army to probe troops' role in arrest of politicianISLAMABAD: Pakistan's army chief Tuesday ordered an investigation into allegations that a was kidnapped by army troops to force him to order the arrest of the son-in-law of exiled former prime minister Nawaz Sharif. In a statement, the military said army chief Gen. ordered the military commander in the port city of Karachi to begin a probe into the accusation. The development comes a day after...
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News video: Pak turmoil: Sindh police go on mass leave, revolt against Army | Oneindia News

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Amid turmoil in pak over protests against pm imran khan, now in sindh the police have gone on mass leave as a revolt against the pak army. This development comes after Singh police was reportedly shocked by the registration of an FIR and arrest of Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) leader Mohammad...

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